- Good News
- Submit News Tip
- Trending Now
- Today’s Home
- Photo Galleries
- Special Sections
- Contact Us
- Site Map
Adrian Dix announced his resignation last fall, and will be replaced by an in-party vote between Sept. 24-27, 2014.
At least four lawsuits were filed on Friday, seeking to block Ottawa's approval of Enbridge's proposed 1,200-km pipeline.
The largest 'dining celebration' in Canada returns for 2014, with 200 restaurants and plates costing $18, $28, and $38. Runs 17 days.
The program encourages students, parents in B.C. to live a healthy, active lifestyle, and provides health and vegetable/fruit trackers.
Arcade Fire, a reunited OutKast, Muse, and Ellie Goulding headline North America's most famous hipster music festival.
Steve Yzerman, Peter Chiarelli, Ken Holland, and Mike Babcock talk about Sochi's Winter Olympic games and picking the right 25 players.
The province called its annual ward its 'highest recognition of excellence and lifetime achievement'. Deadline: March 7, 2014.
Also going to Sochi are B.C. boys Jamie Benn, Carey Price, Duncan Keith, and Shea Weber.
The head of Canada's executive branch wished the country a Merry Christmas today, on YouTube.
Pedro Perez-Garrido is wanted across the province for allegedly threatening a woman and holding her against her will, according to the VPD.
A musically themed YouTube rendition of Wham!'s 'Last Christmas', performed by Pat G, Marie, Arielle, Joseph, Pat T, and Kevin.
With the end of a seven-year playoff drought and an epic Game 7 collapse, the Maple Leafs were Canadians' most popular topic in 2013.
Present for Friday's ruling: former Madame and dominatrix Terri-Jean Bedford, who has been fighting Canada's prostitution laws since 2007.
Black Press delivered two vans full of coats, scarves, gloves, blankets, and toys to families in need around the Lower Mainland, Vancouver.
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation found a list of rejects including KKK, WU TANG, GR8 ALE, BEER ME, and even CANADA.
The company's newest Christmas video has racked up over 116,000 views in just over a day on YouTube.
Tickets went on sale on Canucks.com and Ticketmaster at 10 a.m. on Thursday morning. The game will hold 55,000 people.
I'm not cynical about it. I just don't want to stampede over people to save money while spending money.
Friesen used LEGO to create scenes and art prints of all Canadian provinces for his 'Great White North' series.
The network announced today it is outsourcing the printing production of daily newspapers The Vancouver Sun and The Province.